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Building a Fast and Secure Mobile App Development Strategy

The webinar forBuilding a Fast and Secure Mobile App Development Strategy is running right now. This blog post will have the replay and additional resources. If you missed the webinar on Android in 10.3 Rio, you may want to check it out for more information on permissions. After the webinar is completed we will post the replay and Q&A here. (This is a draft post, and more is…
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Performance and Quality in the RAD Studio 10.3 IDE

RAD Studio 10.3 has a number of performance improvements, as well as some quality improvements we’d like to share. IDE Fix Pack Some time ago, we licensed Andreas Hausladen’s IDE Fix Pack. This is an unofficial IDE addon that changes the behaviour of several things in…
C++

Prototyping: from Vision to UX Design

You have a great idea for an app, but how do you successfully get from idea to a well designed, functional app your users love? It starts with design wireframing and prototyping, a faster iterative process that requires less coding effort up front so you know what works and what needs to be improved – before you invest your hours and dollars coding. Application prototyping is an important…
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C++

Create App Store ready apps with Community Edition

Start building visually stunning multi-device applications right away with these great tools accessible from the IDE’s Welcome Page. TIP: If you accidentally close the Welcome Page, you can reopen it by going to View > Welcome Page. This article covers the following: Guided Tour in the IDE Code Samples and Mobile Snippets Stunning, ready-to-use Application…
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C++

FireDAC & ODBC for Paradox and dBase tables.

I continue to get customer requests for options to migrate legacy RAD Studio, Delphi or C++ Builder applications using the Borland Database Engine (BDE) with Paradox and/or dBase files. With the current versions of RAD Studio, you can use theFireDAC ODBC bridge driver to get to Paradox and dBase tables. This is important if you want to…
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